Hot Fuzz: HD DVD vs. DVD Screenshot Shootout

Posted by Tyler Pruitt on August 4, 2007 
Filed Under: HD DVD

hotfuzzcover.jpgWant to see what your missing by watching Hot Fuzz on standard DVD? Well our man Xylon on AVSForum has posted some screenshots comparing the HD DVD to the DVD side of the Combo disc. We think if this doesn’t convince you on why you need HD DVD or Blu-ray, we suggest you make an appointment at your local optometrist ASAP.

Xylon’s Screenshots
HighDefDigest Review of Hot Fuzz

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2 Responses to “Hot Fuzz: HD DVD vs. DVD Screenshot Shootout”

  1. Segarsj on August 4th, 2007 9:22 pm

    I definitely agree with you about the optometrist bit. I’ve had a couple people come over and claim they don’t really see the difference. They’re either, as you say, blind or they’re simply lying to themselves because they don’t want to justify buyin into the world of HD.

  2. Chris on August 9th, 2007 12:05 pm

    I just watched the SD version on a 51″ HD set and it doesn’t look nearly as bad as some of those screenshots — is that running over compisite or something?? And I have an HD player and do indeed appreciate the difference between SD and HD, but this is like a bad propoganda piece…

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